The following is a frame size and aspect ratio conversion
table, representing many commonly used digital video formats:
Let's assume you have a video clip in one format and wish to
convert it to another, so that it remains in correct aspect ratio
throughout the process.
Let's say I have captured a video clip from 525/59.94 source
using an old M-JPEG card that only allows sampling in "industry
standard" (12 + 3/11 MHz) square pixel format.
The resolution of the clip is 640×480. Now I would like to
incorporate this into a DV project that uses ITU-R BT.601 pixels
and a resolution of 720×480.
In other words, a "PAL" to "NTSC"
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